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Sebastiano Serlio on architecture

by Sebastiano Serlio

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sebastiano Serlio ; translated from the Italian with an introduction and commentary by Vaughan Hart and Peter Hicks.
    ContributionsHart, Vaughan, 1960-, Hicks, Peter, 1964-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA2515 .S513 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1-2> :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL811378M
    ISBN 100300062869, 0300085036
    LC Control Number95048290

    Sebastiano Serlio is known to scholars today primarily as an architecture theorist who codified and illustrated the five Roman orders of architecture in Volume IV, Regole generale () of a four-book treatise on architecture that collectively became one of the cornerstone texts of Renaissance architecture. Less well-known, however, are Serlio's architectural designs and built works, most of.   Sebastiano Serlio () was the most important architectural writer and theorist of the sixteenth century; despite this, his writings have been virtually inaccessible until now. This translation of Serlio’s five-volume treatise—he died before publishing two further volumes—replaces the only other English version, one that was produced in from an inaccurate Dutch translation of.

    The first edition of Serlio’s influential work on the rules of architecture Sebastiano Serlio, Regole generali di architetura. Venice: F. Marcolini, 13 7/8 inches x 9 1/2 inches ( x mm), pages, woodcut illustrations throughout. Sebastiano Serlio (–), an Italian Renaissance painter and .   Review: Sebastiano Serlio on Architecture, Volume Two, Books VI-VII of "Tutte l'opere d'architettura" with "Castrametation of the Romans" and "The Extraordinary Book of Doors" by Sebastiano Serlio by Sebastiano Serlio, Vaughan Hart, Peter HicksAuthor: Myra Nan Rosenfeld.

    In addition to the manuscript for Book VI, Avery Library possesses one of the largest collections of early published editions of Serlio’s works. These volumes range from first editions of the Quarto Libro on architectural orders – the fourth book in the sequence but the first to be published in – to the first Spanish and English. The first [-fift] booke of architecture Item Preview remove-circle The first [-fift] booke of architecture by Serlio, Sebastiano, ; Stafford, Simon, active , Avery Classics copy: Leaf 2 of book 3 bound backwards (verso before recto). Duplicates of folios 15 and 14 bound between folios 40 and 43 of book 3.


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